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The largest Roman penis ever found in Córdoba

The largest Roman penis ever found in Córdoba

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A bas-relief of a phallus over half a metre long has been discovered on the wall of a massive Roman building in Nueva Carteya, Spain. The symbol, believed by the Romans to ward off evil curses and bring good luck, was carved into the front profile of the limestone stone at the base of the tower-like structure. It is one of the largest pyjamas ever discovered in the Roman world, possibly the largest ever, according to archaeologists.
Archaeologists recover unique ancient objects from Tuscan hot springs

Archaeologists recover unique ancient objects from Tuscan hot springs

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San Casciano dei Bagni is one of Italy's top destinations with hot springs that have been visited for over 2,000 years. The present-day town is located just a few metres from the ancient spa complex. Archaeologists have discovered thousands of well-preserved artefacts here. They are revealing new insights into the interconnectedness of the cultures of the time with healing springs and religion.
A unique 2000-year-old shrine has been found in the Netherlands

A unique 2000-year-old shrine has been found in the Netherlands

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Remains of a 1st-century Roman sanctuary have been discovered in Herwen-Hemeling in the eastern Netherlands. It is the first of its kind in the area of the Lower Germanic Limes, the former border of the Germanic provinces of the Roman Empire. With its preserved altars, structures, statues and sacrificial pits, it is the most complete sanctuary in the whole of the Netherlands...
18 Apr 2014 1500 years old grog 18. 4. 2014

18 Apr 2014 1500 years old grog

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Samples of the 1,500-year-old grog were discovered by archaeologists at four sites across Denmark and Sweden. Analysis has shown that the drink contains ingredients such as berries from swamps, honey or resin from trees.
15 Apr 2011 A jug of coins discovered during renovation of the house

15 Apr 2011 A jug of coins discovered during renovation of the house

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The builder Richard Mason of Lindisfarne (an island off the coast of north-east England) discovered a collection of gold and silver coins. They were in a jar hidden in the cellar. One of the coins depicts Clement VIII, who refused to annul Henry VIII's marriage to Catherine of Aragon in the sixteenth century.
19 Mar 2007 Treasure of 545 Celtic coins 19. 3. 2007

19 Mar 2007 Treasure of 545 Celtic coins

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Fifteen years ago, archaeologists discovered the remains of a large farm in the French village of Laniscat, which had been in operation since the third century BC. They subsequently unearthed 545 Celtic coins made by the Gauls.

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